Way to War
Way to War: Mr. Barcott took interest in investing in Tabitha’s and Jumba’s business ideas. Jumba’s plan entailed offering micro-credit to the youth and required 400 Dollars. Tabitha’s plan was embedded on a long and short term basis; on a short term she required two thousand shillings for staring up a kale business, from where she would establish herself in order to reach her ambition of opening a clinic. They were all funded by CFK which Mr. Barcott started as an NGO to source funds with the aim of building capacity to preexisting organization.
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This shows how local solutions to local problems are important in any development. Mr. Barcott could have ensured that before dishing out the funds, he was satisfied that the individual had researched enough on the idea for implementation and the need was real. In Jumba’s case there lacked a real need and want for the investment in the slum area. Also, the local solutions need to be from the youths from the slums not some select people sitting in offices. Therefore, the residents were supposed to own the project for it to be a success.